Saturday, September 22, 2012

People and organizations who achieve excellence:Checklist

People who consistently achieve their goals have a way of imagining those goals as if they already have them. They are able to harness the power of their unconscious mind to work for them to realize goals in ways that are compelling.

People and organizations who achieve excellence are capable of:

q       Sensitivity toward themselves and others.
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q       Flexibility in being able to change what they are doing and how they are doing it when what they are doing isn’t working.
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q       Thinking in outcome terms and dovetailing their outcomes with those of others so that they achieve a win/win situation.        
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q       Building lasting relationships and strengthening the networks that surround them.
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q       Learning continuously from everything that happens to them.
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q       Being interested in and curious about what is happening around them and the people they meet.
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q       Acting and speaking on a day-by-day basis in ways that live out their mission, their beliefs and their capabilities.
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q       Changing their behavior so that they continually increase their flexibility while remaining true to their values.
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q       Asking questions in a way that allows them to learn from themselves and others.
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q       Asking for feedback and giving feedback when they have permission to do so.
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q       Enacting the behavior they want from others so that they lead by example.
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q       Recognizing that their environment and their appearance are an expression of who they are and what they think.
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q       Taking responsibility for influencing their environment so that it supports the outcomes they want to achieve.
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q       Respecting their environment and always leaving it “better” than the way they found it.

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